Nigerian Newspapers Today 9th August 2019

Punch

  • Court sends Sowore to 45-day detention, Nigerians attack FG
  • Slain cops: Buhari convenes security meeting, police demand kidnapper’s whereabouts
  • Atiku’s petition starved of evidence – Buhari, APC
  • U-20 Women’s W’Cup hosting prospect excites Osinbajo
  • Invasion: Supreme Court affirms PUNCH N25m judgment against DSS
  • EFCC gives another Badeh’s mansion to NEDC
  • N1.23bn fraud: Court decides ex-INEC chair Iwu’s bail today
  • FG earmarks N4.9bn to produce academic books
  • Xenophobia: NANS pickets MTN, DSTV, bank in Ogun
  • El-Zakzaky won’t flee like El-Rufai – Shi’ite
  • 500 Kaduna Christians kidnapped, N300m paid — CAN
  • NYSC searches for missing corps member in Edo
  • WAEC mulls Computer-Based Test for SSCE
  • BUK expels 24 students
  • D’Tigers lose to Canada in Toronto
  • BetBonanza unveils Amokachi as ambassador
  • Ighalo faces disciplinary action over social media activities
  • African Games: Nigeria going with underperforming athletes, says Ebewele
  • Multiple taxes, high-interest loans killing manufacturers – Makoju
  • Most Anambra women in Malaysia are prostitutes — Indigenes
  • Cultism: Rivers submits lecturers’ names to DSS
  • Ondo poly workers union rejects mass sacking
  • LASG shuts 55 pharmacies, warns operators

(www.punchng.com)

The Nation

  • Buhari: neglect in education, healthcare fueled insecurity
  • Taraba: Police fault Army’s claim
  • FG resumes disbursement of N10,000 tradermoni in Bayelsa
  • US Report: Nigerian drug traffickers remain preeminent
  • RevolutionNow: SERAP seeks UN council’s session over attacks on journalists, protesters
  • RevolutionNow: 90-day detention must be challenged, says Falana
  • Protest not meant to thwart govt agenda, say Ohanaeze youths
  • NiMet predicts thunderstorms, rains for Friday
  • World Bank invests $11b in Nigeria, says Country Director
  • Insecurity chasing away investors- Maduka
  • Call for #RevolutionNow by Sowore is treason, says APC
  • Mum, daughter charged with beating up three IE officials
  • We’ll bring killer-soldier to book, Abia Gov vows
  • Ondo poly union hails Akeredolu over re-absorption of sacked workers
  • Flood ravages Imo communities
  • Anambra traders threaten legal action over ejection
  • Anger in Bayelsa over whereabouts of abducted Siasia’s mother

(www.thenationonlineng.net)

Vanguard

  • Buhari, OBJ, Abdulsalami, Jonathan advocate concerted action against cancer
  • INSECURITY: Declare state of emergency in Nigeria, Soyinka tells Buhari
  • N5TRN DEBT: UNITED CAPITAL DENIES OWING AMCON
  • EFCC hands over Bade’s forfeited property to NEDC
  • NCC CRASHES TELCOS’ USSD CHARGE TO N4.89K PER SESSION
  • Onne Customs arrests container breaker, Tramadol thieves
  • Amnesty Int’l issues travel advisory on America
  • Ijaw youths demand 50% derivation to oil states
  • Alaibe Campaign appoints ex Bayelsa Dep Gov Ebebi as DG, others for PDP primary
  • PRACTISE FEMALE CIRCUMCISION IN IMO, SPEND 14 YEARS IN JAIL
  • ABIA GOVT ORDERS ABA MARKET LEADERS TO REFUND N150,000 COLLECTED FROM TRADERS IKPEAZU ANNOUNCES ARREST OF KILLER SOLDIER IN ABA
  • OBASEKI SWEARS IN 3 NEW COMMISSIONERS
  • Obaseki approves payment of August salary
  • 2 to die by hanging in Ekiti for robbery, possession of firearms
  • Alex Iwobi completes £28million move to Everton

(www.vanguardngr.com)

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